Responsive Teaching

September 2, 2019 - Comment


Anonymous says:

Excellent book I have followed Harry’s blog for a number of years so I will be upfront and say that I knew, before reading the book, that it would contain many ideas and suggestions that would resonate with me. However I’m really pleased that I ordered the book as it manages to combine advice, discussion, educational research and straight forward instruction on how the reader can improve their practise as a teacher.Although I’d suggest I’m a bit of a convert to many of Harry’s suggestions there is so…

Anonymous says:

Teach more effectively AND mire efficiently This book is a gem because it combines cognitive science and formative assessment and gives practical methods for doing so. I found the writing ‘voice’ or style somewhat patronising (would probably have been better if the author’s personal voice interwoven with the scenarios or a bit more tongue in cheek as with Pimp Your Lesson Plan) BUT it is worth persisting as it was very very informative and useful, even for someone who is experienced and widely read on the topic. What makes this truly…

Anonymous says:

Set me off buzzing with ideas This is the sort of book I wish I’d had as soon as I started my teacher training. It’s got a perfect mix of evidence behind the ideas as well as practical ways of implementing them within the classroom. It’s brilliantly written, drawing on examples from different teachers throughout all subjects and phases. It left me with loads of ideas of what I want to improve in the coming school year!

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